Notes: Growing side by side with the one in observation 166075 and very similar to it, except that almost lacks isidia (only present at the center of thallus), has visible pycnidia and the thallus is more bluish. A possibility would be X. protomatrae, but according to the British Flora this species lacks isidia.
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